Usulutan is located some 55 miles (89 kilometers) from San Salvador, the country's capital.
To get a deeper understanding of the El Salvador lifestyle rent a vehicle and discover the wider region around Usulutan. San Miguel and El Cuco are two more places worth visiting while you're in El Salvador.
When it's time to spread your wings, why not visit the nearest regional city. San Salvador is situated 55 miles (89 kilometers) away and is home to visitor attractions like Iglesia Don Rua, David Guzman Anthropology Museum and Plaza Merliot. Natural History Museum, Estadio Magico Gonzales and Estadio Cuscatlan are among the many other interesting sights here that should be high on everyone's schedule.
Visitors with an interest in history will want to visit the area's fine old ruins.
If you're are lucky to have good weather during your stay, make the most of local water activities. Wake boarding and surfing are just two ways the locals like to cool off here.
There's no nicer approach to get to the heart of the place you are traveling through than trying the local cuisine. Popularly used ingredients in El Salvador are chicken and beef. Tipico salvadoreno (eggs, cheese, tortillas) and casamiento (rice and black beans) are two options worth trying. To complete your dining experience, be sure to try pastelitos (small stuffed pastries). After your meal, try a vinagre de piña (fermented pineapples and water), a favorite with the locals. Kolachampan (sugar-cane soft drink) is a terrific non-alcoholic drink to ask for no matter what time it is.
When it is time to depart this special place, say farewell the way they do in Spanish, with a heartfelt "Adiós."